1. Island of Sipadan


    from Ilari Patrikka Added 646 4 1

    A five minute film of my underwater adventures around the Island of Sipadan in Borneo. You can see whitetip reef sharks, grey reef sharks, an octopus, some puffer fish, clown fish, some tuna, schools of jacks and barracudas, a frogfish, a giant grouper, a giant trevally, a parade of bumphead parrot fish, an eagle ray and lots of turtles. The whole thing is shot using a GoPro action camera without any LCD-screen or additional lights. I hope you like it :) Thanks to Seaventures, Airen Daguinotas and especially my good friend from Norway, Kay Heggem, who also shot some of the footage. Music 1st song: Of Monsters and Men, Dirty Paws 2nd song: Philter, Bathtime in Heaven

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    • Pufferfish Showreel


      from Pufferfish Added 232 2 0

      Pufferfish are the pioneers of dynamic spherical display systems. Unrivalled in the marketplace for quality, reliability and impact, our expertly designed 360 degree screens utilize a simple, robust solution to provide rich results that are visually stimulating and emotionally engaging. This short showreel provides a glimpse into our previous work, but more detailed information can be found from the links below. Pufferfish Displays [www.pufferfishdisplays.co.uk] Flickr [http://www.flickr.com/photos/pufferfishdisplays/] Twitter [www.twitter.com/Pufferfish_Ltd] Facebook [http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pufferfish-Limited/150351278342316]

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      • Mr. Fugu Lip-Sync


        from Tom Batchelor Added 65 0 0

        A lip-sync animation exercise with "Mr. Fugu", a puffer fish character rig created by Joe Silvia. Audio clip is from Tommy Boy.

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        • So many sharks, yet so little time!


          from Devon Added 63 0 0

          Julian Rocks, Byron Bay, September 2012. http://diveblogger.com/

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          • Edinburgh Music Hack


            from Pufferfish Added 148 1 0

            A Short video showing just what can be done in 24 hours. Leaving our programming expert Jay with a PufferSphere and some enthusiastic sound designers, or 'music hackers' in this case, both Tam Treanor and Yann Seznec created two very cool applications. The first by Tam featured a spinning playhead, complete with momentum, which spun past recordable samples allowing the user to speed up or slow down the playback whilst also re-arranging the samples on the sphere to alter rhythm and overall sound. The second application saw Yann create a tuned synthesizer on the sphere controlling the pitch with longditute movements. Yann also created a nice 2 second sampler which played back the last 2 recorded seconds whenever it was interacted with. Thanks to the organisers of Music Hack Scotland (http://scotland.musichackday.org/2012/) and the hackers themselves Tam Treanor (www.tamtreanor.com) and Yann Seznec (www.luckyframe.co.uk) All in all, a very productive 24 hours!

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            • Pufferfish


              from John Cooper Added 21 0 0

              Priest Draw

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              • National Geographic - Turing Festival 2012


                from Pufferfish Added 137 0 0

                Whilst testing some content for this year's Turing Festival, we made this short video in the office showing off what the amazing content from National Geographic looks like on our PufferSphere.

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                • The Making of a Pufferfish Lamp


                  from Common Machine Added 1,113 3 0

                  Oceanic Arts, in Whittier, CA, has been the go-to shop for Hollywood set decorators, tiki fanatics, and Polynesian-themed restaurants since 1956. For our upcoming documentary Plastic Paradise, we interviewed owners Leroy Schmaltz and Bob Van Oosting about their long and storied history importing everything from real shrunken heads to plastic palm trees and everything in between. In this video, an employee demonstrates how the exceedingly popular pufferfish lamps are made. Common Machine's upcoming documentary, Plastic Paradise: A Swingin’ Trip Through America’s Polynesian Obsession, tells the story of tiki culture’s original rise and fall in the mid-20th century, and its recent rediscovery by a new generation of Polynesian Popsters. Filmed in Los Angeles and Fort Lauderdale — much of it on location at the world-famous Mai Kai during Hukilau 2011 — Plastic Paradise features interviews with Sven Kirsten, Beachbum Berry, Tiki Kiliki, Otto von Stroheim, Swanky, King Kukulele, Shag, Tiki Bob, Marina the Fire Eating Mermaid, and many more. Artist and designer extraordinaire Kevin Kidney is the film’s art director. The doc will hit the film festival circuit later this year before airing on PBS in 2013. www.plasticparadisedoc.tumblr.com www.commonmachine.com

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                  • IAAPA Hong Kong 2012


                    from Pufferfish Added 278 0 0

                    Electrosonic showed off the interactive PufferSphere M600 at the 2012 IAAPA trade show and conference in Hong Kong. Triggering touch points placed at various locations on the globe, visitors could call up information, photos and videos of the latest Electrosonic installations from around the world.

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